Journalist Who Broke Story of Jewish Women Barred From Chicago ‘Dyke March’ Removed From Reporting Duties

An award-winning journalist who broke the story of the group of Jewish women ejected from an LGBTQ march in Chicago last month has been reassigned to non-journalistic duties at the paper which ran the original report, the Windy City Times.

Gretchen Rachel Hammond — whose June 24 story caused a national storm after she detailed how three women flying Jewish Pride flags embossed with the Star of David were instructed to leave the gathering by organizers from the Dyke March Collective — confirmed to The Algemeiner on Monday that while she was still employed by the paper, she was not presently engaged in its reporting and writing operations.


The left eats their own… Hammond joined the Windy City Times as a reporter in 2013 and won the 2016 National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association Award for Excellence in News Writing.

“She” is also a Transgender.

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  • What a PC cesspool.

  • Dana Garcia

    Grabbing scoops used to be a plus in news biz. No longer, it appears.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The Left will not win much public support when it has something to hide and acts accordingly.

  • The Butterfly

    Not freakish enough!

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    So apparently the Muslim card trumps the transgendered card.

  • WalterBannon

    In fact, what the paper has done to this employee is called constructive dismissal.

    They are clearly not a very ethical employer